IFRC in Europe and Central Asia
The IFRC’s European Regional Office works in support of 53 National Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies. Through its Country Cluster Support Teams and Country Offices, it provides coordination, financial and technical support for disaster operations and longer term development programmes throughout the region.
The international humanitarian sector needs to do more to prevent millions of people in need from being systematically excluded from aid, from relief.
We must do more. #NoOneLeftBehind
— IFRC (@Federation) October 30, 2018
World Disasters Report 2018
In recent years, Governments and aid organisations have made various commitments about ensuring that the world’s most vulnerable people are not “left behind”.
But those commitments are not being reached. We estimate in the 2018 World Disasters Report that millions of people living in crisis are not receiving the humanitarian assistance they desperately need.
"...the World Disasters Report examines how to remove the barriers to assisting the people who are hardest to reach, how to implement the programmes that meet the unmet needs, how to work with and support a diverse range of local actors, and how to build a more effective system that examines how its funding is made available, and how it is spent." - Elhadj As Sy
On the Red Cross and Red Crescent network
The IFRC in numbers
people reached with long-term services and development programmes
people reached with disaster response and early recovery programmes
people reached by disaster risk reduction programmes
people reached with health support